U.S. Steel ROCKETS 9.4% with These 3 NYSE Top Percentage Winners

United States Steel Corporation (NYSE:X): As a result of speculation that David Einhorn could have possibly covered his short position in shares, US Steel shares moved higher. The shares closed at $20.15, up $1.74, or 9.45% and have traded in a 52-week range of $17.67 to $47.33.

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GenOn Energy, Inc. (NYSE:GEN):The coal glut which GenOn faces reflects the state of the industry, while more natural gas is burned by U.S. utilities. Recently, GenOn also declared a force majeure on purchases of coal. According to executives and traders, the combined forces of supply and demand signify that thermal coal prices probably will not recover in the near future. The shares closed at $1.46, up $0.11, or 8.15%. They have traded in a 52-week range of $1.24 to $4.14.

SM Energy Company (NYSE:SM): Barrington drops the company’s stock from $73.50 to $61 as a result of price reductions in both NGLs and oil within the past two months. The firm, however, does still think that the stock’s valuation does not reflect the rise in the proportion of oil and liquids possessed by the company’s reserves. Barrington reiterates its Outperform rating on the shares. The shares closed at $50.43, up $3.78, or 8.1%. They have traded in a 52-week range of $44.52 to $88.50.

National Bank Greece American Deposits (NYSE:NBG): The shares closed at $1.98, an increase of 16.47%, or $0.28. The shares  have traded in a 52-week range of $1.12 to $7.55.

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